The Peace Revolution fellowship are now open. All entries must be received no later than 5 September 2015. This fellowship available for students from all over Europe. To be eligible, the candidates should be interested in learning and exploring self-development as a primary means to create real world change. This year, up to 40 awards available. Each of those covers food, accommodation, retreat fee, lectures, welcome kit, travel costs.
We are delighted to announce that you can now apply for the 6th Peace Revolution European Fellowship entitled “Peace In + Peace Out = Sustainable World Peace ” The event will bring together 40 young people from all over Europe, who are interested in learning and exploring self-development as a primary means to create real world change. The week-long (including arrival and departure) retreat aims to promote a culture of peace, to bring forward aspects of peace education and youth empowerment, and to teach how to implement the practice of mindfulness on a day to day basis through the primary means of meditation and self-development.
The winners of this fellowship will be granted award that covers food, accommodation, retreat fee, lectures, welcome kit, travel costs. Other benefits may also be given.
Level and Area of Studies
Non-degree program in Peace Education related field.
Place of Study
The program can be taken in Belgium.
Eligibility and Criteria
The main criteria of this fellowship award as follow:
-Be between the ages of 18-30
-Present a reasoned motivation letter
-Preferably young adults between the ages of 18-30 or older.
-Must be from European Member states or hold a Schengen visa.
-Must have completed 21 days of the online self-development program.
-Have an excellence English skill.
-Be optimistic, open-minded, and have a genuine interest in peace.
Students from from European Member states (EFTA countries / EEA member states, EU member states Pre-Accession countries) are welcome to apply.
The application should be made online. Please see the application system at the link below.
5 September 2015.